Table salt used to boost digital storage: Singapore scientists

SINGAPORE — Scientists in Singapore said Friday they have discovered a process that can expand the data storage capacity of computer hard disks six-fold using a common kitchen ingredient -- table salt. The discovery was made by Singapore's national research institute the Agency for Science, Technology and Research, in collaboration with the National University of Singapore and the Data Storage Institute. Full story Related: Table salt found to boost data storage density - Computerworld

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